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'White House Down' comes to D.C.
Washington will get an early look at the summer blockbuster "White House Down" on Friday.
Wed Jun 19, 2013
Local publisher Fantagraphics Books sent out a press release with the sad news that co-publisher Kim Thompson passed away this morning.
Dems Hijack GOP's Frederick Douglass Party to Stump for D.C. Statehood
It should not, perhaps, have been much of a surprise that Democratic leaders seized on the dedication of the statue of one-time D.C. resident Frederick Douglass at the United States Capitol as a chance to speak up for D.C. statehood and home rule.
Wall Street Journal
Former D.C. Home of Dominique Strauss-Kahn Sells for $3.3 Million
The Washington home of Dominique Strauss-Kahn , the former International Monetary Fund chief, has sold for $3.3 million, according to public records.
Two masters for the price of one
The University of Dundee is among the first to offer a joint masters in law with French universities.
Tue Jun 18, 2013
Possessing souls 40 years later, the Exorcist still terrifies and invigorates
Have you ever been awakened at night to hear that unsettling sigh in the dark of the night, with harrowing dizziness creeping in your eyes? Or maybe it's when you are sitting on your favorite lounger and feel that uneasiness you get that breathes across your neck.
Josh Duggar, The Eldest Of '19 Kids And Counting,' Is Moving To...
Republican presidential candidate, former Pennsylvania Sen. Rick Santorum, right, puts a cheese head hat on his friend Josh Duggar during their visit to Simon's Specialty Cheese in Appleton, Wis., Monday, April 2, 2012.
The Washington Post
Going Out Guide: Nightlife Agenda
Every Tuesday, the Going Out Gurus highlight the week's best DJs, bands, dance nights and parties.
Mon Jun 17, 2013
National Review Online
Jay Nordlinger: D.C. Journal
I mentioned a couple in a Paris Journal. That led to some comments on New York train stations.
Rundown: What We Know About the IRS
Beginning in 2010, several different IRS offices - including those in Cincinnati, Ohio; El Monte, California; Laguna Niguel, California; and Washington D.C. systematically discriminated against conservative groups.
Sat Jun 15, 2013
Weird News: Ill-Mannered Guests and a Pitbull on the Run
Editor's Note: Patch has 31 sites in Virginia and D.C., and not a day goes by that something weird isn't happening somewhere in the area.
Fri Jun 14, 2013
The Columbus Dispatch
Dropping out of college isn't worst-case scenario
Experts agree there is no substitute for finishing school and scoring a degree, but a new study says that even a failed college education is better than none at all.
Finding Love in a Four-Wheeled Place
It's summer, and because of my plans to study abroad in Scotland in the fall, I won't be heading back to Georgetown for a very long time.
The Afterlife of an Unpaid Intern Who Sues His Old Boss
What happens to the unpaid intern who sues his former employer? The Atlantic Wire talked with the plaintiffs, Eric Glatt and Alex Footman, who just had a judge validate their claim that Fox Searchlight should have paid them as production interns on Black Swan .
Father's Day 2013 Weekend Guide
Why Go: Help keep dad in good shape with a little friendly competition in the 4th annual Georgetown Running Company Father's Day 8K.
Thu Jun 13, 2013
Sponsored Post: Test Drive the all-new smart electric drive, June 15-16
Exciting news: the US is finally getting its first widely available 100% electric vehicle from smart.
Indianapolis Business News
Property LinesDeveloper intends to bring hint of 'Wrigleyville' to Chatham Arch neighborhood
Welcome to Property Lines, Indy's source for neighborhood real estate news. Your host is Scott Olson, IBJ's real estate beat reporter.
Visitors can rein in spending at Washington's historic attractions
Travel to our nation's capital provides a real opportunity to save money. Hotels across the city are offering specials right now, and dining ranges from reasonable to indulgent.
Wed Jun 12, 2013
Tom Meyer: Farm to Table, America
Describing Tom Meyer, former corporate chef of Clyde's Restaurant Group and now its president, is quite a challenge: Meyer is personable, outgoing, talented.
Tue Jun 11, 2013
The George Towner
Evans Makes It Official: He's Running for Mayor
Ward 2 Councilman Jack Evan officially announced his bid for Mayor of Washington, D.C., June 8, as his wife Michele and one of his daughters Christine held campaign signs.